FAW Jiefang Group Co Ltd


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Q4 2021 FAW Jiefang Group Co Ltd Earnings Release

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FAW Jiefang's Sales Volume Down 7.23% In 2021

Faw Jiefang Group's Vehicle sales Volume Down 11.8% Y/Y In Jan-Nov

FAW Jiefang Group's Vehicle Sales By Unit Up Y/Y In Jan-Aug


About FAW Jiefang Group Co Ltd

FAW Jiefang Group Co Ltd, formerly FAW Car Co Ltd, is a China-based company principally engaged in the development, manufacturing and sale of passenger cars. The Company’s products include whole vehicles, spare parts and others. The Company provides products under the brand names of Besturn, Hongqi and Mazda, among others. The Company is also engaged in the research and development, manufacturing and sales of commercial vehicles through its subsidiary, FAW Jiefang Automotive Co Ltd. The Company distributes its products primarily in domestic market.


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Contact Info

No. 2259 Dongfeng Street

Automobile Development Zone





Executive Leadership

Hanjie Hu

Chairman of the Board

Qixin Zhu

General Manager, Director

Dejun Kong

Deputy General Manager

Aimin Ou

Deputy General Manager

Xingwu Shang

Deputy General Manager

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2.80 mean rating - 5 analysts
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Latest News

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China's electric carmakers make their move on Europe

China's electric carmakers are darting into Europe, hoping to catch traditional auto giants cold and seize a slice of a market supercharged by the continent's drive towards zero emissions.

Electric supercars need to lose weight, power up and cool down

Speed has always been paramount for supercar makers, and now they're in the race of their lives to go electric before climate policy cuts their combustion engines.

RPT-UPDATE 3-CNH Industrial redesigns spin-off perimeter, ups outlook after robust Q1

CNH Industrial said on Wednesday it would include its defence and special vehicle businesses among assets it plans to spin off, as it boosted its 2021 guidance and posted better-than-expected quarterly profit.

Silk-FAW to build sportscar plant in Italy's 'Motor Valley'

Silk-FAW, a venture between Chinese automaker FAW and U.S.-based engineering and design firm Silk EV, said on Monday it had picked Reggio Emilia, in Italy's "Motor Valley", to build its electric and hybrid luxury sportscars.

Exclusive-CNH to include defence business in spin-off plan -source

CNH Industrial is set to include its defence and special vehicle businesses in a plan to spin-off assets to speed up the process after delays due to the COVID-19 crisis, a source told Reuters on Wednesday.

European shares retreat from record highs as Wall St dips, currencies surge

European stocks retreated slightly from record highs on Monday, as a weaker open on Wall Street and rallying currencies offset optimism about a solid start to the earnings season.

UPDATE 1-CNH shares fall after talks end to sell Iveco to China's FAW

Shares in CNH Industrial fell as much as 5.4% on Monday after the vehicle and equipment maker said over the weekend it had ended talks to sell its truckmaker unit Iveco to China's FAW Jiefang.

Shares in CNH down over 4% after end of talks on Iveco sale to China's FAW

Shares in CNH Industrial were down more than 4% after the vehicle and equipment maker said on Saturday it had ended talks to sell truckmaker Iveco to China's FAW Jiefang .

REFILE-Italy vetoes takeover of semiconductor firm by Chinese company Shenzhen - sources

Italy has prevented Chinese company Shenzhen Investment Holdings Co from buying a controlling stake in a Milan-based firm producing semiconductor equipment, two Italian government officials said, signalling a renewed commitment to shield strategic assets from foreign takeovers...

Aurora, Volvo are latest partners on self-driving heavy trucks

Global heavy truck manufacturers are lining up technology partners to help build out self-driving systems for long-haul freight that could see widespread commercial service well before self-driving robotaxis.

UPDATE 1-Italy's Salvini says Rome must prevent Iveco sale to China's FAW

Italy's League party leader Matteo Salvini urged the government on Tuesday to prevent truckmaker Iveco from being sold off to a Chinese company, saying the Italian firm was a strategic asset that had to be protected.

UPDATE 1-Italy would exercise veto powers in event of Iveco sale to China's FAW -minister

If vehicle maker CNH Industrial decides to sell its truck unit Iveco to China's FAW the move would have to be approved first by the Italian government, the industry minister said on Thursday.

Italy's CNH and China's FAW in talks over truckmaker Iveco

CNH Industrial is in talks with China's FAW over the future of truckmaker Iveco, the Italian-American group said on Wednesdy after sources told Reuters it had revived previously aborted negotiations.

Sweden's Scania to start making trucks in China after acquisition

Swedish truck maker Scania, a unit under Volkswagen AG's commercial vehicle arm Traton SE, has bought a truck company in China to start making vehicles for the first time in the world's biggest auto market, it told Reuters.

Daimler to revamp China plant to make Actros trucks as sales surge

Germany's Daimler AG and its China commercial vehicle partner Beiqi Foton Motor Co plan to invest 2.75 billion yuan ($415.32 million) to build Mercedes-Benz-branded Actros heavy trucks for the first time in China, a document showed.

Daimler to revamp China plant to make Actros trucks as sales surge

Germany's Daimler AG and its China commercial vehicle partner Beiqi Foton Motor Co plan to invest 2.75 billion yuan ($415.32 million) to build Mercedes-Benz-branded Actros heavy trucks for the first time in China, a document showed.

Volkswagen suspends production as coronavirus hits sales

Volkswagen Group <VOWG_p.DE>, the world's biggest carmaker, is suspending production at factories across Europe as the coronavirus pandemic hits sales and disrupts supply chains, the company said on Tuesday.

VW does not expect China slowdown to disrupt its global supply chain - manager

Volkswagen does not expect supply bottlenecks from China to disrupt the carmaker's global production network, a senior China manager at the carmaker told Reuters on Thursday.

Breakingviews - China’s car wreckage cries out for consolidation

Chinese carmakers are involved in a slow-motion wreck. Falling sales hit Geely Automobile Holdings and Great Wall Motor harder in the first half than rivals partnered with foreign marques. Both companies have started seeking JVs, too. A better route to recovery would be...

VW to deepen alliances with battery suppliers for electric push

Volkswagen <VOWG_p.DE> will create joint ventures and help finance battery production to persuade skeptical cell suppliers to back its aggressive push for mass producing electric vehicles, board member Stefan Sommer told Reuters.

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